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I was wondering how to run a bash command automatically on startup. on start-up have "alsamixer" or "start-network" executed from terminal....
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    *inatilizing newbie* startup commands


    I was wondering how to run a bash command automatically on startup.
    on start-up have "alsamixer" or "start-network" executed from terminal.

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    startup commands?

    i was wondering what i would have to do to have a bash command automatically executed on startup. for example have "alsamixer" or "start-network" executed on bootup/login.

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    Depends on your distro. Many use the file /etc/rc.local for this.

    But Debian based systems do not.
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RcLocalHowto

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